Jenny Robinson of AAA Mid-Atlantic says that despite gasoline prices that are 15 cents higher per gallon than a year ago, quite a few people plan to leave town for the holidays.
Power outages knock out traffic signals, and that’s not a good thing.
AAA-Mid-Atlantic is raising the alarm about a sharp rise in highway fatalities so far this year and is concerned about a deadly trend.
Hurricane Isaac and the impact it’s having on gas prices could dampen Labor Day weekend travel plans for some in the Philadelphia region.
A new report finds that of the two dozen intersections in Philadelphia with red light camera enforcement, the ones near City Hall rake in the most dough.
Just in time for summer, the 14th edition of a guide for travelers with pets is out.
A survey of crash data compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration finds July 4th is the deadliest day for teens to be out on the roads.
With the temperature expected to top out at a humid 90 degrees today, AAA MidAtlantic reminds you to make sure your car is ready for summer driving.
A deadly accident on 309 yesterday posed an important question for drivers: what do you do when your car breaks down on a busy roadway?
According to Triple-A, the average cost of a gallon of regular gasoline is $3.66 in the five county Philadelphia area. That’s ten-cents more than the national average.
AAA Mid-Atlantic is out with a survey that finds more and more motorists are putting off buying a new car, opting instead to go the repair route.
If you’re hitting the road this holiday, you won’t be alone.
“I thought we changed our direction, and as I sit here today I’m not sure we have,” Pennsylvania auditor general Jack Wagner said.
The end of daylight saving meant time to turn the clock back an hour.
Triple AAA has chimed in on the battle over how to use more than $29 million in unused economic development money at the Delaware River Port Authority.